2014 Workshop materials | Teacher (Grades 6 - 12) and Park Ranger & Interpreter Development Courses
Geodetic resources shared in 2014 workshops: Using Data in Earth Science, Teacher Professional Development Workshop, Aurora, Colorado; National Science Teacher Association (NSTA) National Conference, Boston, Massachusetts; EarthScope Alaska-Yukon Regional Workshop for Interpretor Professionals, Anchorage, Alaska; Teacher Professional Development Workshop, Anchorage, Alaska; Mid-Continent Rift System Educator Program, Houghton, Michigan; GSA Short Courses: The Crunching of Cascadia: Discovering Deformation with Data and Yellowstone National Park as a Hotbed for Inquiry, Vancouver, Canada; workshop session at the AGU Geophysical Information for Teachers (GIFT) Workshops, San Francisco, California
Visualizing Data Relationships Activitiy: Earthquakes, Volcanoes, and Plate Tectonics Classroom activity both Western United States and Alaska
Exploring plate motion and deformation in California with GPS Classroom activity Students analyze GPS data to study the motion of the Pacific and North American tectonic plates.
Taking the pulse of Yellowstone’s “breathing” volcano: Problem-based learning in America’s first national park Module: covers eruption history, hydrothermal activity, seismic activity, and ground deformation
Local GPS cards illustrating the change of position over time for Quillayut , WA and Aberdeen, Washington, Goldendale, Washington, Astoria, Oregon , Newport, Oregon, Cape Meares, Oregon , Corvallis, Oregon [pdf]